Posts Tagged ‘MoMo’

Welcome to MoMos Jo’burg, Malmö, Oulu and Edinburgh!

// May 25th, 2009 // No Comments » // Mobile

Four new Mobile Monday chapters have been added to the global family over the last few months, in Jo’burg, Malmö, Oulu and Edinburgh.

I created a map some time back for our MoMo Estonia chapter site as the easiest way to keep up-to-date with the rapid growth of MoMo (other chapters – feel free to embed it on your web sites).  With the new chapters added – including the northernmost (Oulu) and the first in Africa (Jo’burg) – it’s now looking very funky:


View MoMo Chapters in a larger map

At some point I need to write some Javascript that can pull the KML location feed out of the map and generate nice little chapter lists, which some chapters have statically embedded on their sites right now (a nightmare to keep up-to-date, hence the map…)

MoMo Global Summit 2008 talk: Securing Transactions

// May 27th, 2008 // No Comments » // Mobile

Last week I gave two presentations at the Mobile Monday Global Summit 2008 in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia attending in my role as co-founder of MoMo Estonia, alongside speakers from the Mobile Marketing Association, AdMob and a range of other global names.
It was an excellent event with a very interesting cross-section of speakers and attendees from around the world. Topics covered included mPayments and some great insights into China.

Securing Transactions

View more presentations from Tom Godber.

Mobile Best Practices

View more presentations from Tom Godber.

Photos From Kuala Lumpur

I managed to take a lot of shots of KL, and Pulau Pangkor where I headed after the conference – here are a few of the best:

Up Run Floors Malaysia Chinese Temple in Melaka Stairs Pier

MoMo Estonia: Creating Services for the Mobile Phone

// April 15th, 2008 // No Comments » // Mobile

If you happen to be in Tartu, Estonia on April 28th then drop in to the next MoMo Estonia meeting at the lovely Ülikooli Kohvik to hear my colleague Giacomo present and myself take part in a round table discussion.
The event topic will be: “Software Development for Mobile Phones: Platforms, Users, and Managing Complexity.” The full event schedule is:

  • “Creating services for the mobile phone – how to best serve users on the move” – Giacomo Biggero, Masabi, London
  • “Designing mobile user experiences – coping with the huge range of mobile handset types” – Sven Kirsimäe, MoMo Estonia
  • Open Panel Discussion “Future services – The best and worst” – experts from different mobile companies

For those not in the know, Estonia is a veritable hot-bed of mobile software development so the event is likely to be both lively and informative.